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The Advanced Internal Combustion Engine Technologies Report

  • ID: 2622802
  • October 2015
  • Region: Global
  • 494 Pages
  • SupplierBusiness
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The global auto industry continues to face a series of longterm challenges as vehicle ownership is projected to double over the next 25 years. A combination of growing population and increased wealth in emerging markets will be the main drivers of vehicle demand.

Reflecting these trends, all major governments from the U.S. and European Union (EU) to China, India and Indonesia, the world’s fastest growing economies, are introducing new and tighter emission standards to reduce CO2 and other tailpipe emissions.

Andrew Brown Jr., chief technology officer at Delphi Automotive PLC chief technology officer, reported to the SAE World Congress in April that the industry is “faced with meeting increasingly tough fuel economy requirements and lower CO2 targets in developing powertrain technologies that enable us to achieve that 54.5 mpg in the U.S. by 2025, 95 grams of CO2 in the EU by 2020, or 100 grams of CO2 in China out beyond 2025.”

Brown added that “Advancements and interconnections between the engine and transmission have created a development environment which engineers have to make a practical decision about which side of the fence to approach a problem from. For example,” he said, “as the number of transmission speeds and ratio spread increases, the net vehicle fuel economy benefit of engine technologies that broaden the size of the engine map high efficiency islands decreases.”

This report looks at major trends in powerplants to address the coming tightening of emission and fuel economy standards. Included: engine downsizing involving both direct injection and turbocharging technologies; clean diesel powerplants, hybridization, and increased gear automatic transmissions.

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1.Overview

2. Market Drivers

- Vehicles are becoming more fuel efficient
- IHS Automotive 2020 powertrain forecast

3. Global Emissions Targets

- The European Union
- U.S.
- Japan
- South Korea
- China
- India

4. Reducing Energy Losses

5. Engine Boosting & Downsizing

- Ford & Volkswagen
- Volkswagen & Audi
- BMW
- Nissan & Renault
- Honda’s
- Toyota
- Mazda & Subaru

6. Diesels

- Europe
- India
- Japan
- U.S.

7. Hybridisation

- Toyota
- Honda
- Nissan
- Fuji
- Mazda
- Mitsubishi
- Hyundai
- Kia

- China

- European brands

- U.S. manufacturers

- Ford
- General Motors

- Fuel cell vehicles

8. Transmissions

- More Gears, More CVTs, More Dual Clutch Units

- Aisin AW
- Hyundai, Kia & Hyundai Powertech
- JATCO
- ZF

9. Alternative Fuels Outlook

- Concerning compressed natural gas:

- Natural gas market situation

- U.S.
- Japan

- Liquefied petroleum gas

- Hydrogen

- Hydrogen fuelling stations

List of Figures:
Figure 1: CO2 emission targets by major country (in grams/km)
Figure 2: Automotive turbocharger forecast by region (2014–2021)
Figure 3: Automotive turbocharger market share by manufacturer (2014–2021)

List of Tables
Table 1: Bosch engine system targets for reducing CO2 emissions to 190 grams/miles by 2021
Table 2: Bosch powertrain system targets for reducing CO2 emissions to 158 grams by 2025
Table 3: IHS Automotive powertrain forecast: 2020 (in units)
Table 4: Hybrid & EV production in Europe (2014-2018)
Table 5: Hybrid and electric vehicle production in Europe by country (2014 v. 2018)
Table 6: Hybrid and electric vehicle production in Europe by manufacturer (2014 v. 2018)
Table 7: Global 3-cylinder engine forecast (2013–2018)
Table 8: Volkswagen, Audi & Porsche’s turbocharged engine line-up by model in the U.S. market
Table 9: Nissan Engine Lineup
Table 10: Engine production by number of cylinders and country (2014-2018)
Table 11: Diesel light vehicle production in Europe (2010–2018)
Table 12: Global diesel light vehicle production by manufacturer (2010–2018)
Table 13: Diesel light vehicle production outside Europe (2010–2018)
Table 14: Diesel engine forecast by country and engine manufacturer (2014 v 2018)
Table 15: Diesel vehicles on sale in the U.S.
Table 16: Japanese and South Korean brands in the global hybrid market (2014–2018)
Table 17: The European hybrid market by country (2014–2018)
Table 18: Hybrid models being manufactured in Europe in 2015
Table 19: The U.S. hybrid and EV market (2014–2018)
Table 20: Fuel-cell light vehicle production(215-2018)
Table 21: Global transmission forecast, 2014 and 2020 (in units, sales share in %)
Table 22: Global 2-pedal transmission market by manufacturer in 2013
Table 23: Aisin AW transmission production forecast by country and design (2014-2018)
Table 24: Hyundai, Hyundai - EV and Hyundai Powertech transmission production forecast by country and design (2014-2018)
Table 25: JATCO transmission production forecast by country and design (2014-2018)

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- Audi
- BMW
- Ford
- Fuji
- Honda
- Hyundai
- JATCO
- Kia
- Kia
- Mazda
- Mitsubishi
- Nissan
- Renault
- Subaru
- Toyota
- Volkswagen
- ZF

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